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On Friday, March 9, the Granada Theatre presents Toy Story 3 in collaboration with Cliff Drive Care Center.
This classic focuses on Woody’s plan to convince the other toys that they weren't abandoned, and depicts their journey home to their true owner, Andy. The toys make plans for a great escape from a day-care center.
The Jurkowitz Center for Community Engagement is pleased to partner with the Martin Luther King Jr. Committee of Santa Barbara for the screening of this next film in the beloved “Movies that Matter” series.
Series moderator Hal Conklin will be joined by E. Onja Brown-Lawson, President of the Board of Directors of the Martin Luther King Jr. Committee of Santa Barbara, for a pre-screening discussion with special guest First Lieutenant Victoria Foster of Vandenberg Air Force Base.
On Saturday, September 30, the Granada Theatre presents Under the Same Moon in collaboration with Immigrant Hope - Santa Barbara.
This drama focuses on a young boy’s detailed journey across the U.S/Mexico border to be reunited with his mother. Throughout his journey, he faces challenges, but never loses hope that he will one day reunite with his mother.
On Sunday, January 14th, the Granada Theatre shows Capulina Chisme Caliente, on its 4K high-definition screen at 3:00 p.m!
Starring Gaspar Henaine, Capulina Chisme Caliente tells the story of Capulina, a telephone company employee, who eavesdrops on conversations. Due to his gossiping ways, he becomes an informant for a local journalist and gets involved with a newspaper. Unfortunately for him, several of the paper’s blackmailing rivals begin to look for the source of information. Capulina assists with handling the rivals and wins the love of the publisher’s beautiful daughter.
On Sunday, September 17th, the Granada Theatre shows ¡El Que No Corre Vuela!, on its 4K high-definition screen at 3:00 p.m!
Starring María Elena Velasco Fragoso, ¡El Que No Corre Vuela! tells the story of Inda Maria facing challenges in the big city. After mistakenly going to jail, Maria makes friends with a woman whose kids live in the streets and Maria gets the idea to help them. She learns how to adapt to a new city, and community, and turns all her problems into laughter and joy.
For almost 50 years, Tower of Power has been creating and performing their unique brand of soul music before sold-out crowds all over the world. Formed from a chance meeting between Emilio Castillo and Stephen “Doc” Kupka in 1968, Tower of Power are a rhythm and blues band best known for their brass section, who have become some of the most successful and most prolific collaborators in R& B history.